Mike Pence Doesn’t Rule Out Possible 2024 Run

For quite some time now, there’s been a lot of speculation about whether former Vice President Mike Pence will eventually run to be president of the United States.

Some folks have stated Pence could easily run in 2024; however, this would pit him against former President Trump who also appears poised to seek another run for the Oval Office.

Weeks ago, Pence made headlines when he came out and declared that Trump was wrong for claiming the vice president could have overturned the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

Up until recently, Pence hadn’t weighed in on the various rumors asserting that he plans to make his own presidential run. However, as Breitbart News reveals, Pence has now spoken publically in regards to whether or not he plans to run for the highest office in the land.

What to Know About a Possible Pence Presidential Run

On Tuesday, the former vice president sat down for an interview with Fox Business. It was during this time that he weighed in on whether or not he would ever be running for president.

According to Pence, at the appropriate moment, he and his family will arrive at a conclusion about whether or not he should run in the 2024 presidential election. This very clearly leaves the door open to the former vice president making a White House run.

Although, later in the Fox Business interview, Pence asserted that his greatest focus deals with the November midterms that are steadily approaching.

The former vice president also stressed the importance of Republicans not only winning elections in Congress, but also in different governor’s races taking place this year as well.

A Glimpse into 2024?

With much of the nation very eager for a new president, there’s already been a lot of speculation about who could possibly decide to run for the Oval Office during the next election cycle.

One name to repeatedly come up has been Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Over the past two years, the Florida governor has gained immense support from conservatives for his statewide leadership.

DeSantis is also the Republican governor that Biden has sparred most frequently and publicly with. Therefore, a possible 2024 scenario of DeSantis vs. Biden wouldn’t be too far removed from what the country has already witnessed and observed.

Biden has already made it clear that he does intend to go for another White House term. However, with all that’s transpired in less than two years of Biden holding the Oval Office, he’s far from in the best position to run a re-election campaign.

Do you believe Mike Pence should make a run for president during the next White House election cycle? Let us know in the comments area below if you think the former vice president would win.